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Well the snow has ended, but the colder temperatures have returned. It’s going to stay very cold for the rest of the day, despite some sunshine. Temperatures will be in the single digits, with wind chills well below zero.


The wind will lighten up tonight, and with a clear sky, temperatures will drop quite a bit. Lows are expected to be in the teens below zero for most areas.

Lows: -8°F to -15°F
Wind: NW 0-10 mph


Thanksgiving Day will be very cold. Temperatures will be below zero during the morning and will only warm into lower teens. Expect sunshine to begin the day, with clouds increasing later on.

Highs: 7°F to 14°F
Wind: S/SW 5-15 mph

Extended Forecast

Snow is expected to move into the region Thursday night into Friday. Accumulation is expected for some, but it’s too early to say where for certain. Another chance of snow will come in Saturday night. If you’re travelling this weekend, just keep in mind these chances for snow. Stay tuned for updates on the forecast, and always check the road conditions before you leave.

Happy Thanksgiving!
- Meteorologist Aaron White
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